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Every word from Nathan Jones’s post-match interview on players who buckled, fans’ favourites and no shots on target in second half

The Sentinel Stoke Saturday, 13 April 2019
Every word from Nathan Jones’s post-match interview on players who buckled, fans’ favourites and no shots on target in second halfStoke City boss was not impressed with second half performance against Rotherham.
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